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damaged

1. slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You really got damaged!
2. Emotionally or psychologically unstable as the result of some traumatic experience. (Possibly derogatory.) I worry that growing up with abusive parents has left me damaged. She's probably never been in a serious relationship because she's totally damaged—what other reason could there be?
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damaged

mod. drunk. Them guys went out and really got damaged.
See also: damage
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1033, arguing that Willamette's conversion was not involuntary, because it processed the damaged trees into end products in the ordinary course of its business.
The court agreed, requiring the liability insurer to indemnify Linbach for the flawed condition of the very line which it had been hired to install and which its own employees had damaged.
Without that technique, the options would have been to discard heavily damaged documents or restore them through an elaborate transcription process, which would then lead to a valuable papers coverage claim that can prove very expensive in recreating documents on that scale, Krantz said.
However, they didn't know whether cells use the enzyme in this way or simply junk damaged proteins and make new ones.
Under the standard Article 9(a): In the event the demised premises are partially damaged or rendered partially untenantable, a landlord is obligated to make all necessary repairs at its expense, and rent, until such repairs are substantially completed, shall be apportioned from the day of the casualty according to the part of the premises that is usable.
But this "loss of use" was found to be excluded by the impaired-policy exemption, a provision stating that harm to property that is not physically damaged is excluded from coverage where it is caused by a faulty or dangerous product.
If a cell scheduled for replacement is damaged, the body often shuts down that cell's regenerative cycle before a defective copy is made.
Trutanich, odors from methamphetamine cooking were held to constitute "direct physical loss" to covered property under a homeowners policy, because the odor damaged the house.
That means a device shipped to unsuspecting users as a tested, fully functional and healthy chip could in fact be damaged.